[rt-devel] Stable RT2 Version?
jsun at excitecorp.com
Fri Jun 15 16:26:03 EDT 2001
Ooops, then it's something I didn't configure correctly then. I'll try again. I install RT2 twice, the
first time I got some segmentation faults. So I reinstall it again, now it won't work at all. Of
course I didn't spend enough time on it. I'll work on it more before I ask again. Thanks for the quick
response. By the way, RT is a great tool, we use it here everyday. Thanks for the great work!
> Being the developer, I tend to run whatever the latest snapshot
> release is. Right now, fsck.com/rt2/ is running something
> in the 1.3.101-1.3.102 timeframe. What sorts of bugs have you been seeing?
> On Fri, Jun 15, 2001 at 11:33:12AM -0700, Joshua Sun wrote:
> > Hi all, anyone know which RT2 version are stable to use. I have install the RT2 from CVS but it's
> > pretty unstable. The one on the net to track the the buglist seems pretty good, can you tell me
> > which version you are running there?
> > http://fsck.com/rt2/
> > Thanks,
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